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Macy's launches a digital wallet

Macy's is getting on board digital wallets, announcing on Tuesday that shoppers would be able to use the new option to make payments in stores and online, as well as manage special offers.

Mobile growing three times faster than e-commerce

Mobile commerce in the United States is growing  three times faster than general e-commerce, according to a quarterly e-commerce study conducted by BI Intelligence.  

Soldsie CEO Chris Bennett: Why all shopping should be a social

Retailers are looking for ways to monetize social networking and Soldsie, the world's first social shopping service, has been helping retailers do just that on Facebook and Instagram since 2012.

Yahoo launches e-commerce platform

Yahoo introduces Stores, an e-commerce platform that helps retailers start, build and grow businesses online.

Yahoo launches Stores e-commerce platform

Yahoo introduces Stores, an e-commerce platform that helps retailers start, build and grow businesses online.

Spotlight on…Yahoo launches e-commerce platform Yahoo Stores

Yahoo has launched Yahoo Stores, a revamped version of its e-commerce platform targeted to small businesses. "Today, we're excited to introduce Yahoo Stores, a completely reimagined,...

90% of online retailers selling in digital marketplaces

In a recent survey of more than 200 U.S. and U.K. online retailers, 90 percent reported selling on marketplaces. The ChannelAdvisor Multichannel E-Commerce Study also revealed that at least 21 percent of retailers' online sales came from international marketplaces.

The day begins with breakfast and Amazon

Lately it seems that all my days begin the same way. I start out wondering what's for breakfast and then the next question on my mind is, "What will Amazon launch today?"

E-commerce turns 20

E-commerce is having an anniversary: It's been 20 years since Sting's "Ten Summoner's Tales" was sold in what is thought to be the first secure online purchase.

Diapers.com expands shipping to 67 countries

Quidsi, an Amazon company, announced it would offer international shipping on nine of its e-commerce sites, including Diapers.com, Casa.com and BeautyBar.com. Now customers in 67 countries throughout Australia, Asia, Europe and South America will have access to products on the e-commerce sites, with competitive shipping options such as one- to three-day service in select destinations.